Report to the Community 2015

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2015 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY

Pictured center is the Tar Heel Ten Miler (photo courtesy of Endurance Magazine, Juan Carlos Briceno), an annual spring race with about 6,400 runners taking in the sights of Franklin Street and the UNC campus; and (clockwise from upper left) Danielle de la Rosa White, a local businesswoman selling her Chocolatay confections at the new Pop-up Farmers Market in downtown; Public Works Director Lance Norris taking a bike ride to check for cycling safety issues around town; children enjoying new library sculptures; and Tar Heel Downtown bringing UNC football celebrations into the heart of downtown.

The Report to the Community is organized around the themes of the Chapel Hill 2020 Comprehensive Plan. The Council has established its goals to align with the Chapel Hill 2020 vision.

 

Published in October 2015, this report provides activity information from the 2014–15 fiscal year, and early 2015–16. It was prepared by the Town of Chapel Hill Communications and Public Affairs Department.

We welcome your feedback at publicaffairs@townofchapelhill.org. The Report is also available as a PDF.

Contents

Planning Our Future

A Place for Everyone

Community Prosperity and Engagement

Getting Around

Good Places, New Spaces

Nurturing Our Community

Town and Gown Collaboration

Council Goals 2014-2016

Fast Facts & At Your Service

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